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USMNT falls in latest FIFA world rankings

United States v Argentina: Semifinal - Copa America Centenario

HOUSTON, TX - JUNE 21: United States manager Jurgen Klinsmann waits in the team area prior to the start of their game against Argentina during a 2016 Copa America Centenario Semifinal match at NRG Stadium on June 21, 2016 in Houston, Texas.

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The U.S. national team rose back into the top 25 in the world for a few weeks but now they’re just outside it again.

Jurgen Klinsmann’s side slipped one spot to be joint-26th with the Netherlands in the latest batch of ranking released by FIFA on Thursday.

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Following a largely successful Copa American Centenario tournament which saw the U.S. reach the semifinal stage, Klinsmann’s side rose six places from 31st.

The updated rankings show no changes in the top 10 as Argentina still lead the way with Belgium in second. Colombia is third, reigning World Cup champs Germany is fourth and reigning Cope America champs Chile is in fifth.

Below are the top 20 teams

  1. Argentina
  2. Belgium
  3. Colombia
  4. Germany
  5. Chile
  6. Portugal
  7. France
  8. Spain
  9. Brazil
  10. Italy
  11. Wales
  12. Uruguay
  13. England
  14. Mexico
  15. Croatia
  16. Poland
  17. Ecuador
  18. Switzerland
  19. = Turkey & Hungary

26. USA

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